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Lydia Muijen is an actor, whose work has been represented in many of the most important artistic venues. Her work as an artist is reflected by the success of her work. In 2018 a film she worked on was presented on the short film corner called “the Overcoat” by director Ian Boisvert. In 2013 alone, she had two shorts and one feature screen at CANNES – Le Marché du Film Cannes Film. Her cinematic works have been screened at other film festivals including the Sedona International Film Festival, Deauville, Imagine Science Film Festival. In 2010 she worked on a film starring Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha called “Holy Rollers.” The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; she wrote lyrics and sang a song that was used in the film.  Since her theatrical acting debut in 2000, Lydia has worked in various theatre productions in Florida, California and the Netherlands.

 

 

She worked on “Slipaway” a film that went to the Sedona International Film Festival, where she played Rhonda. The film was directed by Julia Butler and Daniel Mentz starring Elaine Partnow as the lead actress and produced by Tigran Mutafyan –  Entertainment and Creative Vision. The film has ben nominated for the Utah Film Festival and Awards, Pasadena International Film Festival where they had two nominations and where they won the best international film. The film went on to win awards at the NYC Indie Film Awards (Best feature film, Best Actress, Best Score, Best Director) and won at the Wine Country Film Festival (best feature film) , TheWIFTS Foundation International Visionary Awards (Jury Award), Terra di Siena Film Festival (Best International Film), Sedona International Film Festival (Audience Award), and the list goes on …

 

 

screen shot 2019-01-07 at 6.10.30 pm

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